JAPANESE DESIGN

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Matchbook cover, Japan

Did you know that collecting matchbox labels is called phillumeny? I didn’t until I read this article about Phillumeny and Phillumenists over at printmag. Japan was among the industry leaders.

Japanese matchbox designs

Did you know that collecting matchbox labels is called phillumeny? I didn’t until I read this article about Phillumeny and Phillumenists over at printmag. Japan was among the industry leaders... Read more

Cats in Art and Illustration: Matchbox label. Art Design, Japanese Art, Illustration, Matchbox Art, Cat Art, Vintage Graphics, Matchbook Art, Vintage Posters, Vintage Illustration

Juxtapoz Magazine - Vintage Matchbox Covers from Japan

A collection of beautiful vintage matchbox covers from Japan. Featuring cats, deer, bats, tigers and all kinds creatures, these vintage matchbox...

Vintage Japanese postcards dating from the Russo-Japanese War, Leonard A. Lauder Collection of Japanese Postcards at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Japanese Art, Postcard Design, Postcard, Japanese Illustration, Graphic Design Illustration, Mail Art, Illustration Design, Japanese Graphic Design, Art

Postcards from Japan

My friend Ross showed me this beautiful collection of Japanese postcards from the Leonard A. Lauder Collection at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. Here is a little information about the postcards…

Leaves Matchbox Label - East End Prints Ltd Plant Illustration, Art Design, Matchbox Art, Japanese Graphic Design, Japanese Poster, Vintage Graphics, Japanese Design, Matchbook Art, Vintage Japanese

japanese matchbox label

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Vintage Matchbox - Made In Japan.

red monkey match box vintage

stickers and stuff: Japanese Packaging

Japanese Packaging

How I dream of going to Japan, in fact I cant believe I haven't been there yet. I know that when I go my back back will be bulging. Check out this lovely Japanese packaging at The Dieline I do get rather carried away whenever I visit that site.